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Stand with LBC today and help us build a more economically resilient, socially just, and environmentally sustainable future.

​Your Donation Will Expand Our Capacity To:

  • Assist communities experiencing food insecurity by providing materials, project management, and direct labor support to construct and install dozens of garden boxes and "Little Free Pantries" across Atlanta. 

  • Reduce the construction costs for approximately 20 affordable housing development projects within Southwest and Westside Atlanta neighborhoods by donating building materials to multiple housing projects via LBC' Nonprofit Material MATCH Program

  • Provide job training in deconstruction and reuse, and a sustainable career path, for individuals with barriers to employment seeking to gain greater self-sufficiency and financial independence. 

Join LBC’s Leaders for Lifecycle campaign and help us meet the growing need in our community for low-cost building materials, resilient food systems, affordable housing options and sustainable career pathways.

 

Stand with LBC today and help us build a more economically resilient, socially just and environmentally sustainable future.

 

We invite you to donate and attend our culminating online event on Thursday, November 12th, which will include an interactive discussion moderated by Bill Bolling, followed by a fun, networking trivia tournament.

Join hundreds of LBC supporters for an exciting and educational online event on Thursday, November 12th at 6pm as we celebrate 9 years of impact and share how reuse is building a more resilient future for our community.

 

To kick off the event, Bill Bolling will moderate a discussion focused on how nonprofits, City government and philanthropic institutions are working together to close Atlanta's equity gap by creating more affordable housing options, addressing food insecurity & growing workforce development.

This opening discussion will be followed by a team trivia tournament designed to test your knowledge of environmental sustainability, LBC and Atlanta history. Players will compete to win the Leaders for Lifecycle
Trophy made from reclaimed materials.

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